Renowned for its grilled steaks and delicious pies, this Mayfair establishment mixes the feel of the traditional British pub with a high-end dining experience. Try their cured duck, steak and kidney pie and marvel at the huge range of wines available.
Best Game Restaurants In London
When it comes to hearty British food it's hard to match a duck breast or a venison sausage. While known for its open fields and thicket-heavy woodlands, London is still a hotbed of great game restaurants. From high-end dining to the local pub, a game pie may be easier to stumble upon than you might expect. Read our list of the best game restaurants in London.
Get your meat fix at Tredwells; the Marcus Wareing-led restaurant in Covent Garden. Alongside pre-theatre, Sunday lunch and tasting menus, you'll find options for large group bookings, private parties and even exclusive hire.
This award-winning Indian restaurant is renowned for its bold and innovative cuisine. With a menu heavy on both meat and vegetarian dishes, it's their Tandoori spiced red deer that will really get the game lovers' blood pumping.
This gastropub in the City of London, perfect for after work drinks or a hearty pub lunch, is renowned for its game. From the taxidermy wall decor to the rotisserie roasted grouse, The Jugged Hare is the closest you'll get to a hunting lodge in London.
Situated on the bank of the Regent's Canal, this Islington pub and restaurant offers modern takes on classic game dishes. Sample their Kentucky fried quail or venison sausage sarnie from the a la carte menu, or book yourself in for Christmas if you'd like a taste of their pheasant and tarragon croquettes.
This iconic Barnes pub overlooking the river is famed as much for its jazz nights as it is for its food. With a menu boasting rabbit terrine, venison sausages and wild seabass, it also hosts game masterclasses and tasting evenings for those wanting to learn more about game dishes.
This quintessentially British pub and hotel in Wimbledon Village specialises in hardy seasonal fare. Their British charcuterie board features venison salami, while their mains include treacle and stout cured pork collar, and a seasonal venison pie in shortcrust pastry.